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About the StreamNet Library: The StreamNet Library serves
the scientific community of the Pacific Northwest and those working in
cooperation with the region's fish and wildlife recovery efforts, who are not
otherwise served by a specialized library. We also serve the General
Public for those who are interested in the issues surrounding the Columbia Basin
and Salmon Recovery Efforts. The Library's
services include research assistance, interlibrary lending and borrowing,
document delivery and other services.
The Library provides access to technical information and research on the
Columbia River basin fisheries, ecosystems and other relevant subjects for
states in the Pacific Northwest. This information can be found in books,
journals, computer files, technical reports, and other formats. The
Library currently contains approximately 20,000 items and places particular
emphasis on less commonly available "gray" literature, such as consultants'
reports, state government documents and non-profit organizations' reports.
Please search the
catalog to find books and reports by selecting "Search for Books and
Documents" on the StreamNet Library web site. If you need further
assistance, please feel free to contact the Library.
700 N.E. Multnomah Street, Suite 1200
are kitty corner from Lloyd Center; use the NE 7th Ave. MAX stop)
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Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Ste 190, 729 NE Oregon St.
Portland, Oregon 97232-2107
NOTICE: Due to budget cuts, the ODFW Library has been
closed until further notice.
ODFW Library Wish List and donation
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Library
17330 SE Evelyn Street,
Clackamas, OR 97015
The Oregon State Library's Mission:
- Provide quality information services to Oregon state government.
- Provide reading materials to blind and print-disabled Oregonians.
- Provide leadership, grants, and other assistance to improve local library
service for all Oregonians.